Now that I have recovered from hearing the same song played – I can’t remember how many times – during the coax-vs-Toslink shootout, I can continue posting about what happened on Day Two.
We managed to find some time between the shootout sessions and during the lunch break to walk around the show.
I had a chat with Touraj Moghaddam of Vertere which was the highlight of the day. That man from Roksan was something else – he had a head filled with knowledge and engineering principles and it was a pleasure to meet such a knowledgeable person. The Vertere room was one of the highlights of the show.
We also attended a talk by Franck Tchang who was accompanied by his young and beautiful wife. Franck talked about his resonators and phase correctors and how his resonators could not only treat a listening room, but also make a house or bedroom more comfortable to live in.
Now that Spatial Audio is the talk of the town, it is worth noting that while Apple Music's Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos is best enjoyed in a multi-channel Atmos-enabled AV system, Spatial Audio is also available as two-channel music files on Roon/Tidal.
Ever since Apple Music launched its lossless files and Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos music on June 7, audiophiles and (especially) AV enthusiasts have been all excited by the immersive sound. However, the Apple Music Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos is available only within the Apple ecosphere.